Category Archives: pseudo-christianity

The Funniest Thing On Facebook This Month

I never knew that Lincona, Craig, Gundry, Bird, and Blomberg were bible attackers!  Shame on them!  (But where’s Pete Enns and James Crossley and Candida Moss???  They didn’t make the list?!?!?) [I don’t know the Farnell person but he sounds … Continue reading

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Rick Warren’s Latest #HumbleBrag

With thanks to Carl Sweatman for the photo: Oh Rick… aren’t you prepared?  Or did you just want all of your ‘followers’ to see you in your blue suit on the front row next to the woman talking on her … Continue reading

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‘The Marriage Pledge’ Is A Bit Odd

Over at First Things they’re urging folk to sign some sort of pledge not to perform ‘civil’ marriages. … we, the undersigned, commit ourselves to disengaging civil and Christian marriage in the performance of our pastoral duties. We will no … Continue reading

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Processional Theology

Non a Ninive, 3500 anni fa, né ad Ebla, mille anni prima della civiltà babilonese. No. Purtroppo, ci sono persone convinte — ma davvero convinte — che con una processione si possa scongiurare la piena di un fiume. Un curioso … Continue reading

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To Borrow a Phrase From Barth that he Borrowed from Paul- That Woman Should be Quiet in the Church

If she only knew something about theology she would recognize modalism when she saw it.  But since she doesn’t, she’s happy to parrot lame pseudo-theology when she sees it and her poor, poor ignorant followers, knowing less than she (else … Continue reading

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And That Profound Ignorance Is Why They Can’t Spot the Lies of Joel Osteen, Rob Bell, Mark Driscoll, Steven Furtick, and the Other Heretics

Else why would anyone buy a book about marriage by Rob Bell which describes itself thusly: “You can become more familiar with how this energy field works. You can develop language between you to identify what’s happening in the space … Continue reading

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That’s Because they Are Profoundly Ignorant, Thanks to the Ignorance of their Pastors

Most American evangelicals hold views condemned as heretical by some of the most important councils of the early church. A survey released today by LifeWay Research for Ligonier Ministries “reveals a significant level of theological confusion,” said Stephen Nichols, Ligonier’s … Continue reading

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